CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT

We continue to adhere to and are following current Government advice about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated 2 April, 2020

KCAW is a collective endeavour, delivered every year thanks to our advisory board and 100+ participating organisations, from small practices to major cultural institutions. Our aim remains to support our creative community that has come together in a time of crisis, and is responding to these unprecedented challenges with unmatched creativity.
 

+ Going Digital

We are moving all current activity to online by creating weekly updates, supported by a WHAT'S ON THIS MONTH calendar that will share events, stories and opportunities with our audiences, to continue throughout the pandemic and beyond. Share your news!


+ Ideas Exchange

Focusing on developing new partnerships and collaborations to create a digital map of retailers, artists and galleries. Join in.

+ Public Art Trail + Go Jauntly Walking App

We look forward to installing some of the Public Art Trail when it is appropriate to do so. The art trail will connect the borough as an evolving discovery trail, explored on foot and through digital experiences created in partnership with Go Jauntly.

 

+ KCAW20 AFTER LOCK-DOWN

The KCAW team and Advisory Board is absolutely determined that, as soon as it is possible, we will once again fill our borough with public art installations and open doors to the area's creative spaces. For now we are planning to move  the KCAW core cultural activity to 1–11 October 2020 to coincide with National Poetry Day and London's annual art fair season.

We will continue to share news on any changes to KCAW20 dates and programming on our website, social media and mailing list. Check in on this page, or click the button to receive updates.

Useful links: 
World Health Organisation
UK public health authorities 

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